Cider fortnight, when the men of the village combine to convert the harvest of hundreds of cres of apples into thousands
Cider fortnight, when the men of the village combine to convert the harvest of hundreds of cres of apples into thousands of gallons of cider at Brailes, near Shipston-on-Stour, South Warwickshire. Lining up the cheeses" of apple pulp before pressing - Albert Batchelor, John Clemons and Geoffrey Clifton. November 1960"
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